Sinônimos de title
a descriptive name or heading of a section of a book, speech, etc.The book was first published under the title `A Place for Us'.
a book or periodicala publisher with 50 new titles a year
a formal designation, such as Mrs or DrShe has been awarded the title Professor.
I don't even know if Sullivan is his real name.
Level 4 alert is a designation reserved for very serious incidents.
players who fitted their manager's epithet of `headless chickens'
What's the medical term for a heart attack?
nickname, , ,
He got the nickname of "Ginger" because of his red hair.
appellation (formal), , ,
We were known by the appellation of `green coats'.
moniker or monicker (slang)
a championshipHe has retained his title as world chess champion.
the legal right to possession of propertyHe never had title to the property.
the growth of home ownership in Britain
a woman's right to choose
The Tudors had a tenuous claim to the monarchy.
The ancient powers and privileges of the House of Commons.
You lose your entitlement to benefit when you start work.
I thought it was a woman's prerogative to change her mind?
a new book titled `The Golden Thirteen'
My mother insisted on naming me Horace.
They called their daughter Mischa.
He had been termed a temporary employee.
people who would like to style themselves as great thinkers
Too often the press are labelled as irresponsible.
The critics still tagged him with his old name.
one man interviewed in our study, whom we shall designate as `Mr E'
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in the sense of appellation
a name or titleWe were known by the appellation of `green coats'.
in the sense of book
a written work or composition, such as a novela book about witches
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